Fronditha Care presents conversations on legacy and identity.

2021 marks 200 Years since the Greek Revolution – Celebrating an everlasting legacy of hope, resilience and pride.

To commemorate, Fronditha Care is collecting the stories of 200 Greek Australians, to be featured in a special compilation video at a special event on Sunday, 5 June 2022.

We are inviting first, second and third generation Greek Australians to contribute to the conversation and share their perspectives on what it means to be Greek Australian, 200 years on.

We want to hear your views on:

What does it mean to be Greek Australian?

What does Greek independence mean to you?

What is Greek Australian identity?

Why is the 200th anniversary of Greek independence so important for Greek Australians?

What makes someone Greek Australian?


Please share your story below and continue the legacy

Register your interest to share your story

Fronditha Care will also host a panel event, as part of its “Conversations on legacy and identity”, campaign.


• Patricia Karvelas, Journalist and ABC Broadcaster
• Chris Gogos, Managing Director Neos Kosmos
• Stella Avramopoulos, CEO, Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand
• Dr Chris Fifis, Academic and Author
• Janna Trifon, President, NUGAS

Sunday 5 June 2022 at 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

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